UK Market for Animal Welfare Friendly Products. Market Structure, Survey of Available Products and Quality Assurance Schemes


Roe, Emma. J and Murdoch, Jonathan (2006) UK Market for Animal Welfare Friendly Products. Market Structure, Survey of Available Products and Quality Assurance Schemes , Cardiff, UK Welfare Quality 92pp.

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The publication brings together reports produced by the UK team of EU Welfare Quality research project, of the retailing work packaging 1.2 in subproject 1 during the first year of the project. Chapter 1 consists of a literature review of the construction of animal welfare in market and governmental terms in the UK. Chapter 2 describes the market structure of animal-based products in the UK which can be divided into the five product categories of beef, chicken, pork, egg and dairy. Chapter 3 reports the findings of a survey into the presence of welfare-friendly foodstuffs in the major retailers and other stores. Chapter 4 is a study of the non-retailer led labelling schemes, whose logos were found to accompany welfare-claims in the earlier retail study.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
ISBNs: 1902647726 (print)
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Keywords: animal welfare, food, agriculture, retailing
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ePrint ID: 58191
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May 2006Submitted
May 2006Published
Date Deposited: 12 Aug 2008
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2017 17:37
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/58191

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